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Hezbollah Goes Paranoid, Captures Israeli ‘Spy Eagle’

Israel’s enemies could start a zoo with all the animals they have caught as being spies. Now it’s an eagle’s turn to join the growing collection of Zionist animals on the front lines.

The Obama Administration’s New 7 Pillars of Middle East ‘Wisdom’

The bottom line is the belief that if the Muslim Brotherhood is kept happy it won’t cause any trouble.

No Illegal Infiltrators into Israel in August

In August no illegal infiltrators from Sudan and Eritrea crossed the border from Egypt into Israel. In addition, 168 illegal infiltrators agreed to leave Israel...

Navy Arrested Major Weapons Smuggling Operation on High Seas

If there is any question why Israel has enforced a maritime cargo on the Gaza Coast, it was removed with the release of a gag order that the Navy stopped a weapons smuggling ship in the Red Sea.

South Tel Aviv Residents Protest, to Taunts by African Infiltrators and Leftists Enablers

African infiltrators and their left-wing enablers taunted South Tel Aviv residents who protested against the crime wave and lack of police protection in their neighborhoods.

An Epic Ethiopian Aliyah Story

As bad as the situation was in Ethiopia, Asher said that the situation got even worse when the Ethiopian Jews arrived in Sudan.

Why Expanded Government Spying Doesn’t Mean Better Security

You have a massive counterterrorist project costing $1 trillion but when it comes down to it the thing repeatedly fails.

Report: Muslim Countries ‘Worst Violators of Religious Freedom’

But not to worry – the State Department has issued indefinite waivers on taking any action against Uzbekistan and Saudi Arabia.

Report: Israel Spotted Iranian Boat with Rockets for Gaza

The Sunday Times reported that Israeli spy satellites detected an Iranian ship loaded with rockets. According to the report, intelligence experts estimated that the...

The Strike on Sudan: A Lesson for Iran?

I've been reading about the airstrikes in Sudan. I first read about it as part of a threat from Khartoum, that they reserve the right to strike Israel back. It was, according to the Sudanese, a foregone conclusion that Israel was responsible. My first reaction was a snicker that combined two thoughts simultaneously, "yeah, like they can reach us" and "sheesh, something explodes and they blame us." I stand by the first response, but retract the second one.

Attacks on Israel and One on an Arms Factory in Sudan

In the early dawn of 24 October, an arms factory in Sudan was attacked in the Yarmouk Industrial Complex approximately 6 miles south of central Khartoum. Video of the exploding building makes it clear that it was an arms factory, with an extended series of powerful secondary explosions characteristic of ammunition dumps. A Sudanese official claims that four Israeli aircraft conducted a strike on the factory.

Operation Homecoming

South Sudanese illegal migrant workers on their way to the airport, following action by the police immigration unit. The operation is actually dubbed "Chozrim...

Immigration Police Round Up Sudanese for Deportation

Israeli immigration police arrest dozens of South Sudanese illegal immigrants in Eilat on Monday morning in a raid intended to curb the influx of unauthorized entrants from Africa.

Peace Now: MKs Protesting Illegals Promoted Racism, Violence

The general director of Peace Now, Yariv Oppenheier, has urged Attorney General Yehuda Weinstein to open a criminal investigation into MKs Miri Regev (Likud), Danny Danon (Likud), and Michael Ben-Ari (National Union), for making speeches Wednesday in Tel Aviv he says incite racism and violence.

Interior Minister: We Must Deport African Refugees

The day after police arrested four Eritrean and Sudanese men for robbing and raping a 19 year-old woman in south Tel Aviv’s Neve Sha’anan neighborhood, Israeli Interior Minister Eli Yishai said most African illegal immigrants should be rounded up and either deported or arrested.

Beyond Politics: Inspirational People of Israel

Unlike formulaic biographies from popular publishing houses in the Orthodox Jewish world, Beyond Politics is not predictable. The vignettes of individual men and women who trekked through Ethiopia and Sudan, flew in from Austria, India, and Algeria, or were born on Israeli soil are gritty, adventurous, and heartwarming.

Mordechai Kedar: Radical Islam in Africa

The population of Africa is involved in a series of disputes with a tribal background, where the Islamist and ethnic components play an important, and sometimes critical, role. Saudi Arabian money, Wahhabi propaganda, the presence of terror organizations, and wide distribution of weapons do not contribute to a calming of tensions between the various demographics in Africa.

President Obama and the ‘Responsibility to Protect’

If Syria and Egypt have nothing to fear from the President of the United States, what will Iran fear?

ADL’s Foxman: Farrakhan Speech Dripping with Anti-Semitism

Stop the presses! The 78-year-old retired calypso singer and Nation of Islam leader accused Jews of controlling the government, the media, and finance and entertainment, and repeated many of the past anti-Semitic conspiracy theories that have made him America's foremost promoters of anti-Semitism to a legion of followers. He also thinks "somebody" is plotting an Obama assassination.

Mordechai Kedar: Tribalism in the Middle East – The Real Thing

Any real and workable solution to the Israeli-Arab conflict must be based upon this sociological fact: tribalism and loyalty to traditional religious and sectarian frameworks are the prevailing cultural and political framework of the Middle East.

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